Despite the fact that marriages between cousins have potentially serious genetic consequences that can produce deformed and unhealthy children and that gay marriage hurts no one at all one is legal while the other is specifically banned is this reasonable?
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I don't think it is about realization, when you get down to it. I think many of them realize full well what they are doing, and why. Politicians are people too, it seems.
I don't want marriage between cousins banned, people should make their own choices on that but there are serious medical consequences to it yet the law defends their freedom to do it, gay marriage does not but their freedoms are denied= Hypocrisy.
There can be serious medical consequences, yes, but only in childbirth. Marriage itself between two cousins does not in of itself pose any medical risk whatsoever, yet you suddenly want to censor it. Hypocrisy.
Did I not just say i don't want marriage between cousins banned? People getting married leads to sex nearly invariably and regular sexual activity has a good chance of producing offspring in the long term.
Not quite. In North Carolina, double first cousins, the cousins with the highest consanguinity, are the ones forbidden by law. The next step is first cousins, and that isn't forbidden. However, the highest degree of "cousinhood" is.
So gay marriage is fine if both partners are attractive? Because if so frankly we should have legalized lesbian marriage a looooong time ago. :P
Josak, my flippant remark flew way over your head. The point is, I, and the vast majority of other men, are physically attracted to women, and only women. The thought of getting cozy with another stud really does turn us off.
I know it's just when confronted by statements that make me shake my head I prefer to turn to humor than anger, I don't see how whether you find another man attractive has anything to do with wanting to legalize gay marriage, evidently a lot of men I
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